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caleb moore. do you know how he's doing? >> yeah. he's in icu still and i've been speaking with his manager and family. he's still in critical condition. that's all i can say at the moment. we are lucky enough that i've done shows with caleb all around the world in the last few years and luckily, rock star energy drink has come forward and they are -- we are going to auction off my sled and all of the funds from that are going to be going towards caleb to help out with his recovery. >> certainly wish him the best. i'm glad that you are okay and folks in the crowd were okay as well. jacko strong, thank you very much. >> thank you very much. >>> in tonight's "american journey" how a football game got to be a multimillion dollar industry. they are predicting a record-breaking year for the number of people who will be watching and the amount of money that they will be spending. tom foreman reports. ♪ >> reporter: the numbers expected from the big name are staggering. 179 million fans will likely watch, almost eight million will buy new tvs and total spending for wings, beer, pizza, an
the crowd. it was a pretty freak thing. >> i want to talk to you about your fellow snow mmobiler, cale moore. he was injured last week in an accident. how is he doing. >> he's still in critical condition. i've been talking with his family. we're teammates. i've done shows with caleb all around the world the last few years. luckily, rock star energy drink has come forward and they -- we are going to auction off my sled at rockstar.com, and all the funds from that will be going towards caleb to help out with his recovery. >> we wish him the best and that you are okay and the folks in the crowd are okay. thank you very much. >> thank you very much. >>> the story of how one football game got to be a multibillion dollar industry. super bowl sunday is almost upon us, and it may be a record breaking year for the number of people watching and the money they'll be spending. tom foreman reports. ♪ >> reporter: the numbers expected from the big game are staggering, 179 million fans will watch, 8 million will buy new tv, and the money for wings, pizza, beer and more will top $12 billion. so how did we
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